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Verb: go up
Meaning: to start burning or explode.
The ship went up in flames.
All of a sudden, the barn went up in flames.
All her years of work and effort have gone up in flames.
All of a sudden, the thirty-story skyscraper went up in flames.
Meaning: to increase.
Prices went up.
Prices are going up.
The price is going up.
The price has gone up.
The gas price is going up.
The price of food’s gone up.
The price of oil is going up.
Property prices are going up.
Prices will continue to go up.
Prices are going up every day.
The price of eggs is going up.
The price of food has gone up.
Food prices have been going up.
Prices are about to go up again.
Bread has gone up ten yen in price.
The prices go up after six o’clock.
The price of rice is going up again.
It is certain that prices will go up.
Prices showed a tendency of going up.
As the demand increases, prices go up.
Prices have gone up these three months.
Land prices seem to just keep going up.
The price of rice went up three percent.
As it is, prices are going up every week.
The prices are going up higher and higher.
Prices have gone up a lot in the last year.
Several factors operated to help prices go up.
It is certain that the price of gold will go up.
There is a good chance that gasoline prices will go up.
I am surprised to hear that prices have gone up so high.
It is said that the price of wine may go up at any time now.
Every time cigarettes go up in price, many people try to give up smoking.
Because of the poor harvest, wheat prices have gone up in the last six months.
I wasn’t happy, but it seemed reasonable that his prices should go up like everything else, so I agreed.
My rent has gone up.
Fees are about to go up.
In proportion as our GNP increases, our living standards go up.
My grades at school have gone up.
Taxi fares will go up next month.
The cost of living has gone up.
The cost of advertising has gone up.
The cost of petrol keeps on going up.
The cost of gasoline keeps on going up.
The cost of living is going up continuously.
Public utility charges will go up next April.
The unemployment rate went up to 5%.
Most importantly, the borrowing rates are going up.
The unemployment rate went up to 5% because of the recession.
The temperature of the oil went up to 165 degrees Celsius.
Adoptions have gone up 600% since the epidemic of vagina dentata began.
If anything, the economy in our country is going up.
Your pulse has gone up.
After doing quality work, his average has gone up marvellously.
A cheer went up from the audience.
Meaning: Rise or climb
The price of petrol has GONE UP sharply because of the increase in duty in the Government’s budget.
Meaning: Approach
We WENT UP and asked them for some information about the courses.
Meaning: Be built
Skyscrapers are GOING UP everywhere in the city centre.
Meaning: Be heard
A huge cheer WENT UP when the president arrived.
Meaning: Be promoted
The top three teams GO UP at the end of the season.